Today I'm joined by the tough loving, dynamic personality of Alex Felice. Alex is a Financial Analyst / Underwriter by day and a savvy long distance real estate investor on the side. After talking with Alex I'm CONVINCED that being a financial analyst/underwriter IS THE BEST JOB when it comes to investing in real estate … Continue reading Financial Analyst: The Best Job For A Real Estate Investor
Today I'm joined by a few of my heroes (mainly because of their service but they are also kicking A$$ in REI). After talking with them I'm convinced Military Service Men and Women have THE BEST JOB when it comes to investing in real estate on the side, but don’t take my word for it. Hear … Continue reading Serving in the Military: The Best Job For A Real Estate Investor
General Contractors have THE BEST JOB when it comes to investing in real estate on the side, but don’t take my word for it. Hear it straight from 10 year GC veteran Darron Hay: https://youtu.be/1dasiCn1Nik Darron and I connected through my Facebook Group, when he commented on a post I made about the danger around relying … Continue reading General Contractor: The Best Job For A Real Estate Investor
Firefighters have THE BEST JOB and the best job when it comes to investing in real estate on the side, but don’t take my word for it. Hear it straight from Lt. Mike Webb (theinvestingfireman.com) and Capt. Ryan Kinyon on how they balance fighting fires and building wealth during their off-time: https://youtu.be/6K27_lFeZy0 https://youtu.be/6K27_lFeZy0 Be sure to click the YouTube Subscribe button … Continue reading Firefighter: The Best Job For A Real Estate Investor
One of the more common questions I see or hear. "I don't have a lot of money and by that I mean, I have approx. $10k and I want to invest in Real Estate. Where do I begin?" Some people will tell you to wait until you have more money, $100k even. I'm not that … Continue reading I Have $10k to Invest in Real Estate. Where Do I Begin?
We consider appreciation extra icing and don't acquire based on assumed appreciation, but we also don't want to be put in a position to exit a property and be required to bring money to closing. ____________________________________________________________ If you've been following us you know we have adopted a tripod of investing criteria we use to analyze … Continue reading How We Use Our Tripod of Adopted Investing Criteria